Han University of Traditional Medicine
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Ithaca, New York
Our main campus: 2,300 acres in the heart of New York State's Finger Lakes region. And only steps away from the shops, restaurants, nightlife, and activities of Ithaca. There's no end to the things you can do, accomplish, and create here.
New York, New York
Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences on the Upper East Side. Cornell Tech setting up shop on Roosevelt Island. And eight more programs and locations for graduates and undergraduates throughout Manhattan. We've got this city covered.
Geneva, New York
Home to the cutting-edge technology and thinking that answer today's call for environmentally and economically sustainable farming practices around the world. This is Cornell's New York State Agricultural Experiment Station.
Setting new world standards in patient care at Weill Cornell Medical College's home in the center of Education City. Our partnership with nearby Sidra Medical and Research Center provides even more state-of-the-art experience.
An opportunity to couple professional work experience with any number of governmental or non-governmental agencies with courses at Cornell's Wolpe Center. And all of it in one of the most powerful cities in the world.
Where better to study art, architecture, writing, or city and regional planning than in the very city that stands as an icon for all these disciplines: Rome.
Cornell's main campus is on East Hill in Ithaca, New York, overlooking the town and Cayuga Lake. The New York City Campus is on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York City. Cornell's Qatar Campus it is in Education City, near Doha
Every housing option provides an opportunity for a strong and connected community.
Cornell's residence halls are vibrant and diverse communities where our students live, learn, and pursue their passions. Each one is a center of activity, study, socialization, cultural exploration, and fun.
A network of staff members, upperlevel student RAs, and professors provide a built-in support system through the residence hall living-learning experience. Interaction with faculty members is nurtured through the Faculty in Residence and Faculty Fellows programs, among other opportunities for engagement.
Our residence halls are coed, except for Balch Hall, which is for first-year women only. All have single and double rooms; some also have triples and quads.
All first-year residences are grouped together on north campus, along with eight residential Program Houses, the Carol Tatkon Center for first-year students, two active community centers, three dining rooms, two cafes, a convenience store and grill, two athletic facilities, basketball and tennis courts, and a sand volleyball court.